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Engineering Jobs In The Asia-Pacific: Help Is On The Way

There are plenty of engineering jobs in the Asia-Pacific, with a big push to diversification into design, manufacturing and developing a cybersecurity workforce in India.

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NSU Has Back to School Subject Matter Experts

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Nova Southeastern University Has Back to School Subject Matter Experts

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Iowa State Professor Returns From Cuba with a Sense of Optimism

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Rose Caraway recently returned from Cuba after witnessing the opening of the U.S. Embassy in Havana. It’s a moment the Iowa State University assistant professor of religious studies has hoped for ever since she first traveled to Cuba 12 years ago.

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Diabetes Care at School: Preparation is Key

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Getting ready to send your child off to school for the first time or preparing an older child to go back to school can be a daunting task, especially if your child has diabetes.

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Improving Cold-Hardy Grape Varieties

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The French have spent centuries developing grapes with the unique flavor and character of Burgundy region wines. Cold-climate grape producers are counting on science to help shorten that process. Plant scientists Anne Fennell and Rhoda Burrows from South Dakota State University are part of the research team helping cold-climate grape growers carve a niche in the American wine industry through two U.S Department of Agriculture projects.

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NYIT Sports Medicine Expert: Baseline Testing Important for All Athletes

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NYIT Assistant Professor Hallie Zwibel of NYIT College of Osteopathic Medicine assistant professor says baseline tests can help guide post-concussion evaluation and treatment. Knowing signs and symptoms of concussions are also crucial for athletes, coaches, and parents.

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Education Professors Taking Message of Reform on the Road

Prior to new education standards coming in 2017, two Texas Tech educators are offering advice to teacher education programs in other states on the process of reform.

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Apartment Owners See Benefits to Going Smoke-Free

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A survey of 324 multiunit owners/operators in South Dakota showed that adopting those policies reduced maintenance costs while improving safety. The research was a collaborative project involving nursing researchers at South Dakota State University and the South Dakota Department of Health. State tobacco control officials have developed materials to help more apartment owners institute voluntary smoke-free policies.

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Brain Scientist Horner Joins Houston Methodist Neurological Institute

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The Houston Methodist Neurological Institute's new Center for Neuroregenerative Medicine scientific director is Philip Horner, Ph.D., an expert on the use of stem cells to replace damaged brain and spinal cord tissue.

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WVU Expert Provides Commentary on $100 Million Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence at Green Bank Telescope

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A West Virginia University expert says humanity’s first attempt to detect signs of alien life started 55 years ago in the University’s backyard and is one of the only places in the world that an unprecedented reinvigoration of the search can continue.